In The Adventures of Tintin, an opera singer (the Milanese Nightingale) broke a bulletproof glass case using her voice. Is that scientifically possible?
From the Wikipedia page, a typical bulletproof glass
is usually made from a combination of two or more types of glass, one hard and one soft. The softer layer makes the glass more elastic, so it can flex instead of shatter.
When they did it on Mythbusters, the singer had to stand really close to the glass that is so thin for it to break. Any thoughts on whether the movie scene is even humanly possible?